- s completely acceptable; not open to exception or reproach
two unexceptionable witnesses
a judge's ethics should be unexceptionable
- Apart from the award of the penalty in the second half, the referee was unexceptionable.
- Sidney's call for justice is unexceptionable but she also needs to do some introspection herself.
- To Kerr's unexceptionable dream were added other more radical ideas in tune with the rebellious '60s.
News & Articles
- Commentary: When was the last time you pulled a Paula Deen and said the N-word?
In a recently released statement butter queen Paula Deen admits she used the “N” word and says she is sorry. “I want to learn and grow from this,” the beloved celebrity chef and controversal diabetic said, noting that her use of the word was unexceptionable. “I beg for your forgiveness,” she said in the short statement. Here is a video of her apology . The now former 66-year-old Food Network ...
June 21, 2013 - Springfield News-Sun
- Anthony Kennedy in Atlanta Journal Constitution (registration)
While we find no reliable data to measure the phenomenon, it seems unexceptionable to conclude that some women come to regret their decision to abort the infant life they once created and sustained,writes Kennedy. "Severe depression and...
- Silvio Berlusconi in Ø¢ÙƒÙŠ
I have never had 'relations' with minors and I have never organised 'parties',Berlusconi said. "I only participated in pleasant dinners, but they were elegant and morally unexceptionable. And I have never knowingly invited to my home...